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Dan Klein's experience and expertise serve as a foundation to building homes for families in need and strengthening communities.
Helen Sumers' desire to help animals led to her founding Home Sweet Home Forever Pet Assistance.
Bev Hornak passionately serves clients as employment specialist at The Arc of Northwest Indiana, a Gary-based agency for people with disabilities.
Ryan Blank, 17, hopes to continue academic success at Bradley University.
PORTAGE | Rachel Santos, 19, daughter of Raymond Santos and Grace Sutherland, both of Portage, will continue her study of journalism at the collegiate level.
Anne Marie Holler hopes her first children's book will worm its way into the hearts of young readers.
Pastor Doug Gamble leads Suncrest Christian Church in Hobart to be a part of the community and to meet the needs of those it serves.
Linda Delunas, Ph.D, RN is the new director of the School of Nursing at Indiana University Northwest effective Jan. 1.
Pageant contestant Alanna Mossell, 18, believes in helping patients diagnosed with cancer.
Michael Dempsey, 20, of Highland, is part of the Camp Kesem magic.
Tami Janda coordinates a corporate partnership with Meals on Wheels of Northwest Indiana for Centier Bank.
Brandon Ostrowski, 18, was recently recognized as a future leader in the community by Rotary Club of Lansing.
Local author JoAnne Stoklasa, of Hammond, loves writing books for children.
Personal trainer Luke Triveline, of Crown Point, advocates a healthy active lifestyle for everyone.
Nick Puchek, 18, proved he had the right stuff during a two-day audition for the Blue Stars Drum and Bugle Corps held at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis.
Drew Morton mentors youth and provides training in leadership, citizenship and moral character as scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 48 in Crown Point.
Kim DeRisi, of Lowell, believes in recycling to save the environment and to help families in Northwest Indiana build their futures.
Josh Connell, of Crown Point, strives to glorify God through prayer, music and lyrics.
Kennedy Brown has danced her way into the limelight at age 12, recently being chosen to perform a program normally done by professionals.
Elizabeth Buth, 18, experiences her future career while in high school by attending Porter County Career and Technical Center.
Evan Jameyfield chooses to make a difference in the lives of children whose parents have had a cancer diagnosis.
Our Lady of Grace School scores high marks with longtime supporter Dan Kalinowski, of Highland.
Mike Blythe helps youth gain confidence and learn responsibility and loyalty working with horses at Creekside Stables and Kennels in Valparaiso.
Madeline Wilson is in step to make a difference in the lives of patients diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, a progressive neurological disorder causing tremors, rigidity, a slowing of movement and difficulty with balance.
Becky Manis' passion for science takes flight in her position as the new executive director of Challenger Learning Center on the campus of Purdue University Calumet in Hammond.
Portage High School senior Stefanie Monastyrski, daughter of Dan and Mary Monastyrski of Portage, is a member of the school choir and a three-year member of the color guard that uses flags, batons and rifles to visually represent the music. The guard marches alongside the marching band perfo…
Crown Point High School senior Shawn DeBoth, 17, is a candidate for admission to the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md.
Lisa Groszek focuses on improving teaching and learning as the new literacy coach at Eggers Middle School in Hammond.
Rochelle Robinson-Levant, of Homewood, plays a major role in education and health care as an instructor for the University of Phoenix.
Matt Albertin, of Valparaiso, shares his love for sports and technology with students attending St. Paul Lutheran School in Munster.
Washington Township High School senior Nicole Batzek, 17, participates in enriching service projects through Key Club.
Tiffani Gibson, 15, of Schererville, raised patriotic spirit with her Girl Scout Gold Award project.
Rotary Club of Lansing recognizes Thornton Fractional South High School senior Jeremy Hunding as Student of the Month.
Mike Glorioso, of Crown Point, is driven to make a difference in the lives of others.
Chad Leader helps others to be fit and healthy at Leader 1 Fitness in Crown Point.
Rotary Club of Lansing has recognized Liliana Arroyo, 18, for achievements in and out of the classroom.
Courtney Severin, 19, receives high marks for academics and community involvement at Indiana University in Bloomington.
Maggie McEldowney is the new special events coordinator at De La Salle Institute.
Jake Gesse, 17, welcomes daring souls touring Amhurst Alysum in Valparaiso.
East Chicago Katherine House Boys and Girls Club member Tamika Mallett, 18, is a shining star for the community.
Lovelyn Palm blogs almost daily about family, faith, adoption, orphan care, living life positively and enjoying life. She shares experiences and insight and about faith that moved her and husband, Matt, to open their hearts and home and adopt.
Michelle Vega, 18, has a heart for homeless animals at the Humane Society of Hobart.
Myra Carden, 59, stepped out of her comfort zone and went back to school.
Principal Linda Bevil leads the team effort for student success at James B. Eads Elementary School in Munster.
Student-athlete Lucia Bracco, 17, has been honored for excellence in the classroom and on the golf course.
Anna Mroz, of Valparaiso, answers the call of service as a member of AmeriCorps.
Billy Van Cleef, 17, is a scholar and athlete.
Isaac Pizana, 16, is a standout Meteor at De La Salle Institute in Chicago.
Matt Orsag, of Highland, earned a Hoosier Heroes Scholarship.
Bryan Hill empowers youth and makes them part of a tradition at Boone Grove High School.
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